grassy grassy  /ˈɡræ si/


  • (adj) abounding in grass


  1. A grassy field on the edge of town has been set up to resemble a real minefield ready to be cleared.
  2. Others suggest a second gunman perhaps on the grassy knoll of Dealey Plaza participated in the shooting.
  3. Stand in practically any spot, and one can see the greenery of the outside trees, the grassy lower roof or the grasses growing in one of the two interior courtyards.


  1. Our View: Bringing back Grassy Park

    Any doubt of a heartbeat in Bisbee was silenced Tuesday with the announcement the city would be working with the Bisbee Mining and Historical Museum to renovate Grassy Park. Museum director Carrie Gustavson outlined plans to restore some of the botanical history of the park through new plantings. Money is being raised to make infrastructure improvements to resemble an earlier era when Grassy ...
    on June 20, 2013     Source: The Sierra Vista Herald

  2. Nun among residents towed for 'confusing' parking rules

    Tania Dall / Eyewitness News Email: | Twitter: @taniadall NEW ORLEANS -- Cars continue to park along Lakeview's Canal Boulevard, sometimes on sidewalks and grassy areas. However, the city of New Orleans says its illegal. Eyewitness News spoke with a nun who initially thought her car was stolen only to learn it had been ticketed and towed. "I've been parking here for a year and ...
    on June 20, 2013     Source: WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans

  3. Mining museum board takes on renovation of Grassy Park

    BISBEE – An ambitious project is underway to convert Grassy Park in Old Bisbee, which surrounds the Bisbee Mining and Historical Museum, to a more user-friendly area with shade trees and native blossoming flower beds. Carrie Gustavson, executive director of the museum, has been in talks with the city’s staff and mayor on how the city park can be returned to its robust grassy and classy former ...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: The Sierra Vista Herald


  1. "Harbhajan was out of Nagpur Test with a 'flu', which he seemed to have contracted when he saw the grassy wicket. I still don't know to this day what was wrong with Ganguly and Harbhajan," said Gilchrist.
    on Oct 30, 2008 By: Adam Gilchrist Source:

  2. "Moving away from amphitheatres and into venues with appropriate floor space will allow more room for jumping, dancing and moshing directly in front of the stage, instead of on a grassy knoll a hundred yards away," Mr. Durst wrote.
    on Jul 8, 2010 By: Fred Durst Source: Wall Street Journal

  3. "Not very good conditions for the ball to carry tonight - heavy air and a thick, grassy infield," Orioles outfielder Luke Scott said.
    on Sep 26, 2008 By: Luke Scott Source:

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